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I love this as a quick, simplified cassoulet. I like to add carrots, celery, bell peppers so that it can be a one pot meal. It's easy to double for a group. You can change the meats to your liking if you want to use chicken instead of pork, or a combination. It's very versatile.

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amd1708 July 14, 2014

This is a great recipe - have made it several times and even kids like it! I have made it with all sausage (mild Italian sausage works as well as kielbasa), with great reviews from the family! White kidney beans or great northern beans also work well.

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pyridoxal April 25, 2010

Very good and very quick as advertised. A bit on the sweet side but Dh liked it that way. Made the recipe as written except I substituted limas for the navy beans (cupboard was bare). Thanks, evewitch.

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sugarpea January 29, 2004

This was great! You are right about it taking only 20 mins. I used skinless boneless chicken in place of the pork(about 1 pound) and I used the whole package of kielbasa. I left out the cloves and used northern beans instead of navy. This is a keeper!

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MissPenny January 24, 2004
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